Religious Architecture of Surrey/Delta British Columbia

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Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara Delta-Surrey  7050 120 Street, Surrey Religious Architecture, Art And Architecture, Langar Hall, Dev Ji, Surrey, British Columbia, Temples, Taj Mahal, England

Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara Delta-Surrey

This is the massive Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara Delta-Surrey temple at 7050 120 Street in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada. It is a major centre of Sikhism in Metro Vancouver and counts among tens of thousands of pious Sikh religious worshippers among its congregation. Note: I took this picture across the street to show my respect towards this large temple and its beautifully designed architecture.

St. Helen's Anglican Church -1911  10787 128th Street  Surrey, BC. Anglican Church, Religious Architecture, Surrey, British Columbia, Buildings, Heaven, Earth, Mansions, House Styles

St. Helen's Anglican Church - 1911

10787 128th Street, Surrey, BC. Description of Historic Place: St. Helen's Anglican Church stands in a prominent location on the historic Old Yale Wagon Road, high on the south bank of the Fraser River. The site is comprised of a church and rectory, with a small cemetery located adjacent to the church. The building is clad in rough-cast stucco enlivened by three dimensional detailing on the towers and gable ends. The Church has a traditional floor plan, based on a central nave with…

Ukranian Orthodox Church of St. Religious Architecture, Surrey, British Columbia, Taj Mahal, Mary, Spaces, Mansions, House Styles, Building

Ukranian Orthodox Church of St. Mary 10765 135A Street, Surrey. BC

Place of peace: Largest mosque in B. opening in Delta - Surrey News Religious Architecture, Surrey, Mosque, British Columbia, Mansions, House Styles, Places, Outdoor Decor, Design

Place of peace: Largest mosque in B.C. opening in Delta - Surrey News

The Baitur Rahman Mosque – the largest mosque in B.C. – opens on River Road in Delta this week, and is designed to hold up to 900 people.